When we say women are the true symbol of power, we mean every word of it. Of late, wives of martyred soldiers are making headlines for their grit and strength. Here’s another example of a young female officer, Major Kumud Dogra, wife of Wing Commander D Vats whose husband died serving the nation in the defence forces.

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The picture is from the funeral ceremony of her martyred husband. The brave officer is seen walking to her husband’s funeral along with her newborn daughter.

Their 6 days old daughter never had the chance to meet her father, Wing Commander D Vats, one of two IAF pilots who were killed after a microlight helicopter crashed in Majuli island on February 15

The pictures speak a million words of how a woman could be the ultimate strength of the family which just lost their son.

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Since the release of this picture, social media is abuzz with praises of Major Dogra. She is being appreciated for her ability to be strong in such a shattering moment. The martyr’s wife is seen walking in full army uniform to pay her last tribute to her departed husband, carrying her newborn along.

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Netizens have been sharing the moving picture:

The tragic accident took place when the pilots attempted an emergency landing. The aircraft crashed at a sandbar in the northern part of the district and went up in flames. “The wreckage of the plane has been sighted and a court of inquiry ordered, officials said. It is suspected that the crash took place due to technical reasons,” officials said, Indian Express reported.

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